Nokia adds French flair to its Crystal Prism

Although the back cover and wallpapers are said to be designed by avant-garde artist Frédérique Daubal, it still doesn't take away the oddity of the triangular keys.

Crave Asia

We aren't sure why Nokia's product announcements are coming in dribs and drabs these days, but here's one that's more on the drab side. The 7900 Crystal Prism doesn't have anything extraordinary to offer, and the only reason anyone would get this instead of the earlier 7900 Prism is the sapphire crystal center key. Although the back cover and wallpapers are said to be designed by avant-garde artist Frédérique Daubal, it still doesn't make up for the oddity of the triangular keys.

While we applaud Nokia for pushing the design envelope, there's such a thing as finding a balance between form and function. However, if you're a die-hard Nokia fan, you'll probably dismiss what we've just written as baloney So for those of you, the phone will be available in Asia this quarter. Pricing to be determined.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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